Special Counsel Robert Mueller's report found no evidence President Trump conspired with Russia to win the 2016 Election; but, says investigators were unable to fully investigate Trump campaign foreign policy advisor George Papadopoulos. The report, released last week, says investigators were "not fully able to explore" Papadopoulos' communications with a Russia-linked associate.
Papadopolous refutes those assertions, "[if] I was targeted for my ties to Israel ... I think that's very disturbing and probably is going to reveal quite frankly how this entire investigation started." He is now urging US Attorney General William Barr to investigate spying that might have occurred while he worked for the President's 2016 campaign.
Papadopolous served 12 days of a 2-week prison sentence for lying to FBI agents about his contact with individuals linked to Russia, suggesting elements of the FBI were directed by then-President Obama to hurt the Trump campaign.
The Scott Sands Show spoke with George Papadopoulos about the most recent information brought to light by the Mueller Report -- click here to listen on our free iHeartRadio app.